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Age Concerns and RFX kick off Autumn series of Lazy Sunday Afternoon Sessions on 28 September

Come to the start of a great new series of Lazy Sunday Afternoon Sessions at Fletchers on Sunday 28 September.

A great double bill of The Age Concerns supported by RFX is guaranteed to get you dancing in the aisles!

The Age Concerns are a mix of Ages hence the name. The Band include Ross ( the young one) and Brian Sharpe and Jimmy White (the not so young ones!) who played at the Ritz Ballroom with bands such as The Jay Men. They play classic 50's ,60's and 70's Rock 'n' Roll.

Support will be provided by RFX - a new local duo made up of Brendan and Marc.  Forged in Birmingham and the Black Country they blend Classic Rock with a little 'Funk' and Reggae. Tight, solid songs and big choruses in the same mould as Aerosmith, Foo Fighters, Thin Lizzy, AC/DC, Faith No More, etc, etc.

Starting at 3 p.m this great double bill will provide three hours of great live muusic guaranteed to help you get rid of those autumn blues!

Advance tickets cost just £3 from the Kitchen Garden Cafe or £3 plus a booking fee from www.wegottickets.com
Any remaining tickets will cost 4 on the door.

All proceeds will go towards the campaign to buy the old Ritz Ballroom site and build a new Ritz Community Arts Centre to include a Birmingham Pop History Museum and Cinema with performance and rehearsal space for music, comedy, theatre and dance. To pledge your support and fill in an on-line questionnaire go to:- https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/R98H3YM

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